ISL Evidence newsletter, October-November 1974

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Title

ISL Evidence newsletter, October-November 1974

Subject

Law schools--Washington (D.C.)

Description

Newsletter of the International School of Law, which became George Mason University School of Law in March 1979. This issue features: story on the new Rhode Island Avenue (Washington, D.C.) location, ISL's American Bar Association accreditation status, student medical insurance from the American Bar Association, ISL faculty member, David F. Condon, ISL faculty member, John Kingsley Ebiasah, a guide to Washington, D.C., ISL Law Revew, ISL Evidence Editors, Lois Vermillion, and Thomas Seagears, Senator John Davies and wife, Randi Wockenfuss Davies, notes on transfer students, LSAT scores, history of the ISL and founder, John Brabner-Smith, ISL Bookstore, ISL orientation. 8" x 11", two colors.

Creator

International School of Law

Publisher

George Mason University Libraries

Date

October 1974

Format

PDF document, 4.66 Mb

Language

English

Type

1 PDF document

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Original Format

photo-mechanical print [newsletter]

Citation

International School of Law, “ISL Evidence newsletter, October-November 1974,” A History of George Mason University, accessed October 26, 2021, https://ahistoryofmason.gmu.edu/items/show/191.

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